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Easter Writing Prompts - Dear Diary

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    Pages:  8

  • Curriculum

    Curriculum:  CCSS, TEKS

  • Grade

    Grade:  K - 3

  • Differentiated

    Differentiated:  Yes

Encourage imagination with a fun set of Easter writing prompts!

Teach Perspective with Fun Easter Writing Prompts!

Spring has sprung, and Easter is on its way! What better way to celebrate than to bring some Easter fun into your classroom? Get your students excited and engaged with some egg-cellent writing prompts that will have them hopping with joy!  So why not add springtime cheer to your lessons and let your students unleash their imaginations with fun and festive writing prompts? Hop to it, and let’s make this Easter one to remember!

With these narrative perspective writing prompts, there are endless possibilities for egg-citing writing activities that will have your students eager to put pen to paper.

We’ve differentiated these for you! You will find two versions of each prompt in your download: primary lines and standard lines for older students.

How Does Changing the Perspective of a Story Encourage Writing?

Writing from different perspectives can be a powerful tool for encouraging imaginative writing because it challenges writers to think beyond their own experiences and see the world through the eyes of others. When writers are asked to write from a different perspective, they are forced to step outside their own perspectives and imagine what it might be like to see the world through someone else’s eyes. This requires them to empathize with their subject and use their imagination to construct a story or narrative that is unique and compelling.

This pack of printable easter worksheets has the following writing prompts:

  • My Life in an Egg Shell
  • My Life as a Baby Chick
  • My Life as a Bunny
  • My Life as the Easter Bunny

Download and Print Your Narrative Writing Prompts

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